Changes to ADA if H.R. 620 Passes:
On February 15, 2018 the House of Representatives passed the ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 (H.R. 620). Next, the Bill will be voted upon by Senators before moving on to the President and potentially becoming law.
If H.R. 620 becomes law it will do the following:
1. Removes the incentive for businesses to comply with the ADA
2. Requires the person with a disability to file a written notice specifying the exact ADA provisions that are being violated
3. Gives the business owner 60 days to acknowledge the notice and 120 additional days to begin to fix the violation; a total of 180 days (6 months!) to deny access.
Click here to read more and find how to contact your Representatives to let your voice and stance be known.
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